Hamley’s, Smyths and Argos sell slimes containing chemicals up to four times higher than EU safety limit
We tested 13 slimes and putties from a range of high street and online retailers including Amazon, Ebay, Etsy, Argos and Hamleys to see whether those slimes on sale for Christmas passed EU safety standards. More than forty per cent of the slimes and putties we tested failed the EU safety standard for toys (EN 71-3).
We tested 20 kids’ fancy dress outfits, many of which are being stocked by online and high street shops and supermarkets, in time for Halloween. Halloween kids costumes from B&M and Ebay failed flammability testing.
Smoke alarms bought for just £1 from Ebay have repeatedly failed to detect smoke in recent Which? tests. The alarms failed to sound in more than 80% of the fire...
If you earn money from online platforms, you may need to pay tax - but do you know how much you owe? Which? explains how tax applies to the gig economy.
eBay has launched a new ‘Under £10’ section for shoppers on the hunt for a bargain. Which? explores other eBay money-saving tricks shoppers can use.
eBay is set to end its 15-year relationship with PayPal and replace the payment platform with Adyen as its first choice for buyers and sellers.
We’ve discovered fabric seats, once dubbed ‘killer car seats’, still being sold on online auction site Ebay, despite steps taken to remove them from sale three years ago. Three years...